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[spamassassin_config.git] / common / bts_specific
1 # BTS Specific rules
2 # Rules to credit some properties of valid BTS mail
3
4 rawbody HAS_PACKAGE             /^Package:/im
5 describe HAS_PACKAGE            Has a Package: line, probably a valid report
6 tflags HAS_PACKAGE              nice
7 score HAS_PACKAGE               -6.0
8
9 header X_DEBBUGS_CC             exists:X-Debbugs-Cc
10 describe X_DEBBUGS_CC           Has an X-Debbugs-Cc: header
11 tflags X_DEBBUGS_CC             nice
12 score X_DEBBUGS_CC              -3.0
13
14 header X_DEBBUGS_NO_ACK         exists:X-Debbugs-No-Ack
15 describe X_DEBBUGS_NO_ACK       Has an X-Debbugs-No-Ack: header
16 tflags X_DEBBUGS_NO_ACK         nice
17 score X_DEBBUGS_NO_ACK          -3.0
18
19 # SA doesn't like literal # symbols in rules
20 # blarson 2006-10-27 Allow space
21 header HAS_BUG_NUMBER           Subject =~ /Bug\s*\x23\d+:/i
22 describe HAS_BUG_NUMBER         Has a debbugs-style Bug# in the subject line
23 tflags HAS_BUG_NUMBER           nice
24 score HAS_BUG_NUMBER            -3.0
25
26 # blarson 2007-07-05
27 rawbody VALID_BTS_CONTROL       /^(reassign\s+\d{3,6}\s+[a-z\d-]+\s*|(reopen|submitter|owner)\s+\d{3,6}\s|forward\s+\d{3,6}\s+|(notforwarded|unmerge|noowner)\s+\d{3,6}\s*$|retitle\s+\d{3,6}\s+.{10,80}$|severity\s+\d{3,6}\s+(critical|grave|serious|important|normal|minor|wishlist)|clone\s+\d{3,6}\s+-\d$|merge(\s+\d{3,6}){2,4}\s*$|tags?\s+\d{3,6}\s+([\-\+\=]?\s*[a-z]+\s*)*|(not)?found\s+\d+\s+\S+\s*$)/i
28 describe VALID_BTS_CONTROL      Seems to be valid BTS control command
29 tflags VALID_BTS_CONTROL        nice
30 score VALID_BTS_CONTROL         -2
31
32 # blarson 2004-04-10 20050316 add index packages
33 rawbody INDEXMAINT              /^index(?:-|\s+)(?:maint\s+\S+\@|packages)/
34 describe INDEXMAINT             index-maint command
35 tflags INDEXMAINT               nice
36 score   INDEXMAINT              -5
37
38 # blarson 2006-05-11 2006-09-09 change score
39 header SUBSCRIBEBUG     To =~ /\b\d{3,7}\-(?:(?:un)?subscribe|subhelp|ignore|(?:sub(?:yes|approve|reject)|unsubyes|bounce|probe|approve|reject|setlistyes|setlistsilentyes).*)\@bugs\.debian\.org\b/
40 describe SUBSCRIBEBUG   subscribing to bug
41 tflags SUBSCRIBEBUG     nice
42 score SUBSCRIBEBUG      -0.1
43
44 # blarson 2007-04-26
45 header SUBSCRIBE2       received =~ /\b for \d{3,7}\-(?:(?:un)?subscribe|subhelp|ignore|(?:sub(?:yes|approve|reject)|unsubyes|bounce|probe|approve|reject|setlistyes|setlistsilentyes).*)\@bugs\.debian\.org\b/
46 describe SUBSCRIBE2     subscribing to bug
47 tflags SUBSCRIBE2       nice
48 score SUBSCRIBE2        -1
49
50 # blarson 2009-10-09
51 header SUBSCRIBE3       received =~ /\(at \d{3,8}-(?:(?:un)?subscribe|subhelp|ignore|(?:sub(?:yes|approve|reject)|unsubyes|bounce|probe|approve|reject|setlistyes|setlistsilentyes).*)\)/
52 describe SUBSCRIBE3     bug subscription
53 tflags SUBSCRIBE3       nice
54 score SUBSCRIBE3        -4
55
56 header FROMDEVELOPER    From =~ /\@debian.org/i
57 describe FROMDEVELOPER  Appears to be a message from a developer
58 tflags  FROMDEVELOPER   nice
59 score   FROMDEVELOPER   -2
60
61
62 # joy, 2003-07-20, 2003-11-09
63 # this is pretty generic
64 header BUGNUMBERGREETING        Subject =~ /^(hi|hey)?\s*\d{4}\d*(-\S+)?(\!|,)/i
65 describe BUGNUMBERGREETING      greeting or addressing the bug number
66 score BUGNUMBERGREETING         3
67
68 # joy, 2003-11-09, 2003-12-28
69 # note that Subject: Bug#12345 ... and Subject: Re: Bug#12345 ... won't match
70 header SPAMBUGNUMSUBJ   Subject =~ /^\d\d\d\d/i
71 describe SPAMBUGNUMSUBJ greeting or addressing the bug number, simple test
72 score SPAMBUGNUMSUBJ    1
73
74 # joy, 2003-12-29
75 header SPAMBUGADDRSUBJ  Subject =~ /^\d{4,}(-[^@]+)?\@bugs/i
76 describe SPAMBUGADDRSUBJ        greeting or addressing the bug address
77 score SPAMBUGADDRSUBJ   2.5
78
79 # blarson 2007-07-06
80 header MAJORDOMO        subject =~ /\bMajordomo results\: Bug\b/
81 describe MAJORDOMO      MAJORDOMO infinite loop
82 score MAJORDOMO         4
83
84 # blarson 2007-07-19
85 header INFOLOOP         subject =~ /Re: Bug\#\d+\: Info received \(Bug\#\d+: Info received/
86 describe INFOLOOP       Loopy autoresponder
87 score INFOLOOP          7
88
89 # blarson 2007-11-17
90 header KOI8R            Content-Type =~ /koi8-r/i
91 describe KOI8R          russian content
92 score KOI8R             4
93
94 # blarson 2007-09-07
95 header SUBKOI8R         subject =~ /koi8-r/i
96 describe SUBKOI8R       russian subject
97 score SUBKOI8R          4
98
99 # blarson 2007-12-10
100 score ONEWORD           3
101
102 # blarson 2008-04-03
103 header CLOSE            subject =~ /^\s*(?:closed?|done|Closing)\s*$/i
104 describe CLOSE          closing bug
105 tflags  CLOSE           nice
106 score CLOSE             -2
107
108 # blarson 2008-06-97
109 body VERSION            /^version\:\s+\S+\s*$/i
110 describe VERSION        version number specified in body
111 tflags VERSION          nice
112 score VERSION           -1
113
114 # blarson 2008-09-04   new spamassasin html rules broken
115 header HTMLCONT         content-type =~ /text\/html/i
116 describe HTMLCONT       html only
117 score HTMLCONT          3
118
119 # blarson 2008-09-04
120 header MULTALT          content-type =~ /multipart\/alternative/i
121 describe MULTALT        multipart-alternative
122 score MULTALT           1
123
124 # blarson 2008-10-29
125 header CREATETICK       subject =~ /Unable to create Ticket/
126 describe CREATETICK     Unable to create Ticket
127 score CREATETICK        4
128
129 # blarson 2008-11-28
130 body ONPHPDEV           /onphp-dev-ru.lists.shadanakar.org/
131 describe ONPHPDEV       keeps spamming owner, spamassassin autolearns as ham?
132 score ONPHPDEV          3
133
134 # blarson 2009-07-03
135 header FELIX            X-BeenThere =~ /felix-impl\@lists\.sourceforge\.net/
136 describe FELIX          felix list bounces
137 score FELIX             4
138
139 # blarson 2009-10-08
140 body BUGADDR            /^\d{3,8}\@bugs\.debian\.org$/i
141 describe BUGADDR        bug address in line by itself
142 score BUGADDR           1
143
144 # blarson 2009-10-11
145 header UNSUB            subject =~ /unsubscribe/i
146 describe UNSUB          unsubscribe
147 score UNSUB             2